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Police look for vulnerable Havering man, 75, who needs regular medication

11:01 27 March 2014

Police have now found the vulnerable man. Picture: Met Police

Police have now found the vulnerable man. Picture: Met Police

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Police are appealing for the public’s assistance in a vulnerable missing man, 75, from Havering who requires regular medication.

Clyde Ghany left home at 11am yesterday but did not return. The police are concerned as he is diabetic and needs medication.

It is believed Mr Ghany often travels on buses to the Leytonstone and Stratford areas but may be in the White City Area.

He is described as a dark-skinned Asian male and he left home wearing a dark blue coat and grey jogging trousers.

Anyone who has seen Mr Ghany or knows his whereabouts should contact Havering Police on 01708 779 137 or call 101.

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